Bettors are checking out the UFC 102 live stream and sportsbooks will go over the results, while the purists will watch the Little League World Series live.
Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Red Sox face the Blue Jays’ ace, the Phillies try to top the Braves, and the NFL preseason spotlight shines on
Tiger Woods odds…
Tiger Woods is now 7/1 in the revised odds to win the 2009 Barclays Liberty National Golf Club. On the morning line, Steve Marino is 9/4 and Paul Goydos is 11/5. See all the golf odds.
Bloodbath for sportsbooks…
The top NFL handicapper of all-time is GodsTips and they nailed the NFL Preseason Game of the Year. It’s insane how good the NFL specialists are. Center of the Handicapping Universe is 16-7 including 8-2 the last 10 in the NFL. The Preseason Game of the Year on
The strongest NFL preseason release by Stevie Vincent ever was on the Titans and Cavaliers over. The world’s best handicappers are having an even better year than usual, but luckily for the sportsbooks, the sharps are having a horrid year. There is a reason why sharps win more while squares lose more than ever.
Colliding on the gridiron . . .
The lone NFL preseason game on Sunday is a good one – the Bears and new quarterback Jay Cutler will travel to
Meeting up on the diamond . . .
It’ll be Jair Jurrjens (10-8, 2.91 ERA) vs. Joe Blanton (8-6, 3.88 ERA) as the Braves meet the Phillies on Sunday Night Baseball this week. Righthander Jurrjens had to settle for a no-decision against the Padres last time out, allowing just one earned run over his 7 2-3 innings of work. Righthander Blanton is coming off a no-decision as well; he gave up three earned runs over six innings against the Pirates last time out.
Also on tap in the National League on Sunday: the Dodgers at Cincinnati, San Diego at Florida, Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, Washington at St. Louis, the Mets at the Cubs, Houston at Arizona, and Colorado at San Francisco. Jason Hammel (8-7, 4.43 ERA) will take on Matt Cain (12-4, 2.39 ERA) in that last matchup. Righthander Hammel has given up three or fewer earned runs in each of his last five outings. Righthander Cain hasn’t been able to pick up a victory since July 24.
Meanwhile, Roy Halladay (13-7, 3.03 ERA) will pitch at
Elsewhere on Sunday’s American League schedule it’ll be the White Sox at the Yankees, Cleveland at
Roaring around the track . . .
The drivers of Formula 1 will remain in
Tipping off on the hardwood . . .